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DP.PetSpa
Mobile Pet Grooming Services
Pinecrest, Florida

With years of experience as an in-demand Pet Groomer, we know just what your pet needs. We offer professional services at your door.

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Pinecrest Pet Grooming

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BASIC GROOMING

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FULL GROOMING

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CATS

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DENTAL

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EXTRAS

*NOTES FOR THE CITY OF PINECREST:

  • All pets must have their vaccinations up to date.

  • Sick pets are not accepted.

  • Aggressive pets are not accepted.

  • If the appointment is not met and it is not canceled at least 24 hours in advance, the service charge will still be charged.

  • The waiting time for delivery and collection of the pet will be up to 15 minutes, from then on it will be a service charge for waiting.

  • The client must have an available parking space, if there is no parking and we have to pay to park (pay bay phone and park mobile) an additional charge of $5 will be charged or the client must pay for this parking application.

  • Price may change based on size, weight, breed, behavior, or condition. Contact us for more details.

Pinecrest is a suburban village in Miami-Dade County, Florida, United States of America. The 2010 U.S. census recorded a population of 18,223;[2] as of 2019, this has increased by over five percent to an estimated 19,155.

Pinecrest is governed by a five-member Village Council[4] and operates under the Council-Manager form of government.[5] 33156, the zip code that encompasses most of the village, has been consistently ranked as one of the most expensive in the United States.[6]

Pinecrest is located at 25°40′N 80°18′W (25.6619, −80.3076).[7]

According to the United States Census Bureau, the village has a total area of 7.6 square miles (20 km2). 7.5 square miles (19 km2) of it is land and 0.13% is water.

Pinecrest's projects since 1996 include the addition of several new parks, development of Wi-Fi technology and beautification projects which included thousands of trees being planted, unique street signs being posted Village-wide, and roads being repaved. By planting over 10,000 street trees since 1997, Pinecrest was named a Tree City USA community by the Arbor Day Foundation.

In 2008, the Village Council dedicated the new Flagler Grove Park and the long-awaited Community Center at Pinecrest Gardens. The Pinecrest branch of the Miami-Dade County Library System opened adjacent to the Community Center in October 2008.

During the 1900s, Miami pioneer and railroad tycoon Henry Flagler used the property at U.S. 1 and Southwest 102 Street as a staging area during the construction of the Overseas Railroad to the Florida Keys.

In the 1930s, the area's growth continued and the community began to evolve around one of the first tourist attractions established in the Miami vicinity – Parrot Jungle and Gardens. Parrot Jungle was founded in 1936 by Franz and Louise Scherr on property located at Red Road and Southwest 111 Street and over the years has become a tourist attraction whose visitors included Sir Winston Churchill. The idea for Parrot Jungle began after Scherr, who owned and operated a feed and supply store in Homestead, Florida, became intrigued with the idea of building an attraction where birds would "fly free." To bring his vision to life, he rented 20 acres (8.1 ha) of hammock land for an annual fee of $25 (equivalent to $476.92 in 2021). Parrot Jungle was built as a winding nature trail dug through the coral rock and hammock land, indigenous to the area. All the natural plants were left undisturbed. The entrance was built on Red Road. The attraction opened on December 20, 1936, to about 100 visitors. Each paid 25 cents admission to see and hear Scherr talk about his birds, trees and flowers. Since 1936, Parrot Jungle has attracted over a million visitors. On December 17, 2002, the Village of Pinecrest purchased the Parrot Jungle with the aim of developing the site as Pinecrest Gardens. On March 8, 2003 the Pinecrest Village Council dedicated Pinecrest Gardens and officially opened it to the public as the Village's newest municipal park. The attraction moved to a new waterfront location on Watson Island between Downtown Miami and Miami Beach. It was relaunched as Parrot Jungle Island.

The Miami Serpentarium, another tourist attraction which featured serpents (snakes) lizards and other reptiles and amphibians, was located on US 1 for many decades prior to closing in the mid-1980s.

During the 1950s and 1960s the area flourished with the development and construction of ranch-style houses on 1 acre (0.40 ha) lots which laid the foundation for the community's rural and lushly landscaped residential character.

While still an unincorporated area of Miami-Dade County, what is now Pinecrest was the site of the 1986 FBI Miami shootout. The shootout took place near 12201 Southwest 82nd Avenue.

In August 1992, Pinecrest and the surrounding South Miami-Dade area were severely devastated by the effects of Hurricane Andrew. Many of the homes and businesses in the area were destroyed. In the subsequent years, the area was slowly rebuilt.[8][9]

Rapid growth and local issues during the 1990s inspired a movement led by residents Evelyn Greer Langlieb and Gary C. Matzner to incorporate the area. The Village of Pinecrest was officially incorporated on March 12, 1996. Evelyn Greer was elected the first mayor and was succeeded, after serving two terms, by Matzner in 2004. The founding Village Council, including Greer, Cindie Blanck, Barry Blaxberg, Leslie Bowe, Robert Hingston, together with Village Manager Peter G. Lombardi and Village Clerk Guido Inguanzo, are credited with establishing well-regarded municipal services including police, parks and recreation, building and planning services, and public works.[10]*

*Source:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pinecrest,_Florida

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